Case Studies

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This challenging demolition project in the heart of downtown Columbus yielded a gem of a park in an important urban setting. The high visibility project was concluded timely and on budget, with no legal disputes, and has encouraged further...
Our attorneys represent a national tanning retailer in all of its franchise operations in the U.S. Our attorneys have assisted them in remaining in compliance with federal and state requirements for the offer and sales of its franchised indoor...
In March 2011, Kegler Brown represented a publicly traded, global medical technology company in its sale of an instrument management and repair business to a private equity fund. Financial terms of the agreement were not disclosed.
Kegler Brown provided corporate divestiture counsel to a Dayton, Ohio, manufacturing company in the of its sale of steel fabrication assets and operations to the U.S. subsidiary of a steel fabricator based in India. The transaction was completed...
The attorneys at Kegler Brown took over representation of a newly public company in the software industry. Our attorneys counseled the management team in complying with federal and state securities laws in connection with the new public company...
Our firm’s global business team represented a multinational financial services firm in the development of its anti-corruption policy in 2016. Our involvement included the analysis of the organization’s cross-border operations and U.S. Foreign...
The lawyers at Kegler Brown acted as counsel to a community-based private non-profit economic development organization to acquire land through a state grant for the purpose of creating an industrial park that could be served by two competing...
Our firm acted as counsel to the owner of a large industrial park in a series of unique transactions that created one of the first-ever non-railroad-owned intermodal facilities in the country, bringing together a mainline railroad, a national...
In May 2014, the lawyers at Kegler Brown represented RobotWorx in the sale of substantially all of its assets to Scott Technology Limited. RobotWorx is a leading integrator of new and used robotic systems and an authorized integrator of FANUC,...
Kegler Brown represented a large U.S.-based global payment processor in identifying the scope of and responding to cross-border data incidents and breaches. Our involvement included the preparation and review of key public-facing communications,...
Kegler Brown represented PowerSecure International, Inc. (NYSE:POWR), which is a leading provider of energy technologies and services to electric utilities and their customers, in its acquisition of the assets of Encari, LLC, a leading provider...
We represented the Montgomery County (Ohio) Board of County Commissioners in connection with a large-scale park and outdoor entertainment development in a metropolitan area. Various aspects of the development were not completed as represented...
Ohio salon owners were frustrated that they had never had an organized voice in the public policy landscape. So, in 2013, we successfully allied salon owners throughout the state and established the Ohio Salon Association to give a voice to the...
The General Assembly, in an attempt to thwart the rise of illegal casinos, authorized the Casino Control Commission to regulate skill-based amusement games. Because of the broad scope of games captured by the new law, the CCC’s rules regulated...
Kegler Brown represented a U.S.-based company in the development and analysis of its Iran market entry strategy. Our involvement included the analysis of applicable sanctions on Iran and the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA).
We were asked to review and draft the ConsensusDOCS family of contract documents and played an active role in drafting many of them, including the Green Building Addendum, which was the first green building contract document adopted on a national...
A major motorcycle and ATV manufacturer designed a new type of vehicle that looks like a motorcycle, but drives like a car, and wanted to change the type of driver’s license required to operate it. Ohio law would have required its drivers to...
Our firm represented a site contractor who was sued for the settlement of a school. After a hotly contested trial, the contractor prevailed in all respects and the ensuing winning appeal decision established the Spearin doctrine in the state of...
The attorneys at Kegler Brown advised the family of a high-net-worth individual in various probate administration and estate tax issues, which arose as a result of decedent’s passing. We successfully defended a federal estate tax return on...